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Joe Richardson's collage-based absurdist Renaissance adventure is funny, clever and – we must confess – a thoroughly guilty pleasure.
A lifetime of memories are revisited in this thoughtful, introspective odyssey that bridges past and present.
The zombie survivor franchise is still alive with plenty of bite, though the third season covers a lot of familiar ground.
Telltale's latest episodic series comes out gunning, though for now it hasn't reached the heights of its big screen counterpart.
Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick's latest opus stands proudly with the classics of a genre they helped pioneer decades ago.
The Sleeping Beauty fairly tale is reawakened in this light but lovely stained glass adventure.
Much like its multiple timelines, Pendulo's solid but uneven prequel/sequel takes a few steps forward, a couple steps back.
The Bat-season is now complete, exposing both the light and dark elements of a somewhat uneven five-part thrill-ride.
The new season kicks off with a two-part debut that's slicker than ever, though it ventures largely through very familiar territory.
This charmingly beautiful fantasy adventure covers a lot of ground, but isn't given the chance to fully explore its dual worlds.
This charming Scandinavian folktale may be lite on gameplay but offers a surprisingly hefty choose-your-own-adventure experience.
This comic sci-fi adventure is highly polished and filled with British quips, though it feels more like the abbreviated launch of a bigger adventure to come.
This colourfully snarky cartoon indie is a quality adventure, with an updated option to flush any unwanted toilet humour.
This uncomfortably provocative adventure aims to shock and awe, but its overbearing execution leaves a lot to be desired.
This anachronistic time-travel adventure is an entertaining comic throwback to the past, in more ways than one.